11 Court Street
Weaverville, CA 96093
(530) 623 - 5641
Who We Are
The Family Law Facilitator is an attorney who can provide assistance to you in representing yourself in child support and family law matters. You can get help with an existing case or in starting a new case. If you require an interpreter, you must bring one with you when you see the Family Law Facilitator.
The Family Law Facilitator can help you select the proper legal forms and provide instructions for completing, filing and serving the paperwork. However, you are responsible for processing your own case.
The Staff at the Self Help Center is available to impartially help all parties to the case, which means that we may also help the other party in your case. The Staff of the Center can help you in preparing your own forms and can give you general information. The Staff of the Center cannot go with you to court.
Person living with HIV/AIDS
Person with Disabilities
Related to person living with HIV/AIDS
Survivor of Domestic Violence
U.S. Citizen or Documented Immigrant
Description of Service Types
If you need to go to court to present your case to a judge or commissioner, you will present your case yourself. The Family Law Facilitator cannot go to court with you. If you require an interpreter in court you must bring one with you.\n \nThe Family Law Facilitator is not your attorney. There is no attorney-client relationship between you and the Family Law Facilitator. The Family Law Facilitator can provide assistance to both you and the other party (for example, your former spouse, the parent of your child, etc.), either together or separately.\n \nAny self-represented litigant may request help from the Family Law Facilitator; however it is important to note that when you speak with the Family Law Facilitator, your conversation is not private or confidential as it would be if you hired your own attorney. If you need assistance with your case strategy, you should seek legal advice from your own attorney.\n\n\nThe members of the staff of the Self Help Center ARE NOT YOUR LAWYERS, but are neutral persons who do not represent any party. There is no attorney-client relationship between you and the Staff of the Center.\n \nCommunications between you and the Staff of the Self Help Center are not confidential. You should consult with your own attorney if you want personalized advice or strategy, to have a confidential conversation, or to be represented by an attorney in court. The Staff of the Self Help Center is not responsible for the outcome of your case.\n \nSome rights cannot be adequately protected without the assistance of an attorney. You should consult with an attorney before attempting to represent yourself with the assistance of the Self Help Center.
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